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Sherrington Park Medical Practice402 Mansfield RoadNottingham, NG5 2EJTel: 0115 9858552
MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DOccMed London 1988, DSFRH
Emma joined the practice in 2017. As well as offering a full range of general practice care to her patients, she has a special interest in women's health and end of life care.
Ann, our highly qualified Nurse, and Nicole our HCA are available for consultation by appointment Monday to Friday. They can help you with minor injuries, dressings, Phlebotomy, injections, ear syringing, blood tests, blood pressure checks, urine testing & cervical smears. In addition they run several clinics such as travel, and are experts in disease management such as asthma, and diabetes.
In addition to daily appointments at the practice, there is also a community phlebotomy service available through Nottingham City CCG health centres, please ask for details at reception.
The community midwife cares for expectant mothers and attends after delivery. You may contact her by telephoning 9691777 or the number on your maternity co-operation card any time of the day or night.
District nurses provide nursing care at home for the housebound. The nurses have an office in the practice and can be contacted directly on 9691777.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
You may contact her by telephoning 9691777.